I met a guy in the pub this evening who was a spy - actually a double agent - in the 60s. He was a diplomat recruited by the Russians at the British Embassy in Moscow, who spied on the communists instead of us: odd choice at the time of Ward, Mandy Rice-Davies, Christine Keeler, Blunt, Burgess, Maclean and Philby. He wrote several books, all out of print, and his son wrote Stalin's Daughter.
I'm going to help him get his back list onto Kindle.
I arranged to meet him again, but he didn't turn up: or did he? I'm looking over my shoulder.
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